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Robert Kennedy Jr. and Robert De Niro Issue a $100,000 Vaccine Challenge

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and Robert De Niro have thrown down the gauntlet.  Robert Kennedy's organization, the World Mercury Project, has offered a $100,000 reward to anyone who can produce a peer-reviewed study that proves the safety of thimerosal in vaccines. Don’t expect anyone to collect. They have had years to prove the efficacy and safety of vaccines and have failed at even this single, meager task. 

Since the Disney measles manufacturoversy, endless media coverage has been granted to a never-ending parade of Big Pharma shills, hack journalists, allopathic doctors, and scientists. They represent the foot soldiers of the vaccine shadow network.  

Fortunately for our health, their credibility is shot. What they boast is the consensus of the scientific community is not backed up by anything resembling scientific evidence. As a result, they have attempted to divert attention with bombastic claims and by hurling calumnies at activists like Robert De Niro and Robert F. Kennedy Jr. 

Proving the safety of thimerosal and mercury in vaccines will prove to be an insurmountable task. The foundation of the vaccine worshipping ideology is showing cracks and rotten edifice collapsing under the weight of its own contradictions. The central tents of the pro-vaccine world view are based on faulty science and this is why explains they are adopting drastic measures, such as California’s SB277.  

There needs to be an open, rational discussion about vaccination, infectious diseases and health. After all, don't all of us want our children to be healthy and safe from UNNECESSARY harm? If we want to protect the health of ALL children, we cannot continue to ignore the signs that public health policies making mandatory use of multiple vaccines in early childhood as our nation's No. 1 disease prevention strategy have gotten to the point where we have no idea how many children's lives are being sacrificed in the name of "the greater good."

From my point of view, there can be little doubt that we need to review the safety and effectiveness of the current vaccination program in the U.S., and that this review needs to include methodologically sound investigative studies that are not compromised by conflicts of interest within industry and government.

If we don't do that now, we may not be able to stop further damage to the health of future generations.